Brick sculpture, Portrush. Looking north in Antrim Gardens. The exact Irish grid ref. of the sculpture is C85682 40971
Cherryburn, the birthplace of Thomas Bewick (3)
|Title||The Bankhall Girls' Institute The Bankhall Girls' Institute & Evening Home on Stanley Road, was set up in 1889 as a project to assist working-class girls with their studies.|
|Photo's author||Sue Adair User stats Author's photos|
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|Date||24 May 2008 00:00:00|
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The Bankhall Girls' Institute The Bankhall Girls' Institute & Evening Home on Stanley Road, was set up in 1889 as a project to assist working-class girls with their studies.
Ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire 0-8-0 at Bank Hall Locomotive Depot
Ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire 0-8-0 at Bank Hall Locomotive Depot. See also SJ3493: Bank Hall Locomotive Depot in 1948: two ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire engines. No. 12782 is one of the survivors of a once n…
A resplendent Stanier Class 5 at Bank Hall Shed
Bank Hall railway station
A resplendent Stanier Class 5 at Bank Hall Shed View NE. The Depot, which provided the passenger locomotives for the ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire trains from Liverpool Exchange, was just off the Stanley …
Stabled, Kirkdale TMD
Bank Hall Locomotive Shed: an L&Y 'Pug' 0-4-0T
Bank Hall Locomotive Shed: an L 'Pug' 0-4-0T No. 11246, one of the ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire 0F 0-4-0Ts employed in the various Goods Yards in Liverpool. Note the simple 'spark-arrester'.
The Royal Hotel, Bankhall The Royal Hotel adjacent to Bankhall Station on the corner of Stanley Road. Quite an impressive public house, now derelict.
The Royal (disused pub)
STANLEY ROAD/BANKHALL STREET, Stanley Road, Everton, Sefton, Merseyside, North West England, England, L20, United Kingdom osm
|Street address||Stanley Road|